If you are looking for novel stocking fillers for your loved ones or the ideal Secret Santa gift for your colleague, then help is at hand thanks to Reading Notes, a dainty (and handbag friendly) note book which keeps an extensive track of all the books you have read over the years.
For anyone who is passionate about reading, Reading Notes is a charming and compact present to receive and will help them recall their favourite books time and time again. Pop one into your children’s stockings as it’s a great way of making sure your children start 2012 on a good note and add more books to their repertoire. 80 pages in length and 11 x 16.5 cm in size, Reading Notes is the perfect size for their school bags and can help keep a record of their thoughts on anything from the latest Harry Potter or the most recent novel by Jacqueline Wilson!
Since it’s the season of giving, why not also treat yourself to a copy! As the days get shorter and darker, there is no better time to curl up and immerse yourself in a good book. Next time a book club meeting is summoned or a friend quizzes you about the most recent book that you have read, you will now have all of the essential facts at your fingertips.Priced at £5.99 and available at www.readingnotes.co.uk, Reading Notes has Christmas all wrapped up as it is the perfect present for anyone who loves a good book, whatever their age, and whatever style of book turns their pages!
Reading Notes is priced at £5.99 and is available to buy at www.readingnotes.co.uk as well as available to buy at the following stores:
Wenlock Books (Much Wenlock), Bell Bookshop (Henley), Nonsuch Books (Nailsworth), Books@Hoddeston (Hoddeston), Nomad Books (London), Artwords (London), Corckatt & Powell (London), Wolfes Bookshop (Listowel), Albion Bookshop (Canterbury), Sevenoaks Bookshop (Sevenoaks), British Library gift shop (London), Barnes Books (London), Durdham Books (Bristol), Heffers (Cambridge), Barnetts (Wadhurst), Martello Bookshop (Rye), Kew Bookshop (London), Alden & Blackwell (Eton), Limpsfield Bookshop (Limpsfield), Edenbridge Bookshop (Edenbridge), Sandwich Bookshop (Sandwich), Corsham Bookshop (Corsham), Devizes Books (Devizes), What The Dickens (Melksham), Ex Libris (Bradbury on Avon), Daunt Books (London), The White Horse Bookshop (Marlborough), P & Wells (Winchester), Paydens Bookshop (Oxted), Dulwich Books (Dulwich), News From Nowhere (Liverpool), Wivenhoe Bookshop (Wivenhoe), Volumes (Romsey), Tenterden Bookshop (Tenterden), Red Lion Bookshop (Burford), Bondsbooks (Birmingham).
Reading Notes was created by avid book reader and busy mum of four, Kerstin Olszowska as she could not find an attractive and small-sized book on the market where she could keep track of all the books that she had read. Sized at 11cm x 16.5 cm, Olszowska produced Reading Notes as a handy note book to record those books and it is now distributed across the UK.